Bishop resource management plan and environmental impact statement
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Bakersfield District, Bishop Resource Area, 1990 - Law - 276 pages
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ACEC acres of Bureau actions Alabama Hills allotments Alternative aspen Benton Bishop Resource Area bitterbrush Bodie Bowl Bodie Hills Bureau land California Canyon CDF&G Conway Summit Crowley Lake cultural resources deer winter range degradation designated Desired Plant Community disposal diversity environmental exploration and development Fish Slough forage geothermal geothermal potential habitat conditions Highway 395 historic increase LADWP livestock grazing locatable mineral Long Valley meadow Meet DPC goals ment miles mineral development mineral exploration moderate Mono Basin mule deer National Forest numbers Owens Lake Owens pupfish Owens Valley Pine pinyon-juniper Pizona private land pronghorn proposed recreation opportunities regionwide restrictions roads route sage grouse sagebrush salable mineral scenic byway seasonal protection semi-primitive sensitive species Slinkard stream tion Toiyabe National Forest transmission lines Travertine Travertine Hot Springs trout tule elk U.S. Highway values Visual Resource Management VRM Class VRM lll wild wilderness wildlife habitat Yearlong protection